The material used for the preformed and bespoke markings is thermoplastic which is best suited to asphalt and concrete. The application process involves administering a specialised primer and then laying premade thermoplastic pieces in place (like a jigsaw) on top of a surface. The preformed material is then bonded to the surface through heat application.
We can help you to design, create and implement any preformed marking. Common subjects include: Company logos, Parking bay symbols, speed roundels and many other road signs.
Preformed and bespoke markings can be used on any surface and are particularly common on Playgrounds & Sports, as schools often want personalised markings to transform an area whilst making it interactive and educational. Many company’s and businesses use preformed personalised markings to help advertise their product or services. Having a tag line or logo provides a long-term solution to corporate advertising and brand promotion.
THB has been at the forefront of many public art projects with the aim of transforming pedestrianised areas. The usual dull and boring areas can be brought to life through the use of artistic design and colour. To gain a better understanding of what we can provide why not look at our pedestrian crossings for The London Arts Festival.
THB are conversant with all cycle, pedestrian and environmental regulations and our line marking operatives hold all health and safety accreditations that allow us to work on all roads and highways. Our operatives all hold CSCS cards and are trained to the industry highest standards (NVQ), including traffic management and First Aid.
Our team work around the clock and outside of regular hours to ensure that there is no interruption to your business/ working day. For a free quote call us now on 0800 0146 420.
THB is proud to have been responsible for the creation and installation of the following crossings:
Camille Walala crossing, Thierry Noir Crossing, Eley Kishimoto Crossing, Better Bankside crossing, London Design Festival crossing, Brixton Flash Crossing, Flash Crossing, Brixton Trail crossing, Colourful crossing, Colourful Road Crossing, Colourful Pedestrian Crossing, Street Art crossing